Yes, stencils were involved (hence the use of the question mark in this photo).
I just returned home from 10 more inspirational days with the African People & Wildlife Fund (APW), part of which was spent helping students from Loibor Siret Primary School stencil 2 of their classroom walls with letters, numbers and local animals. Here are a few photos showing the progress.
It was wonderful to be back, to see familiar faces at APW, among the children, the teachers and in the village. We also painted one of the end walls of the school (visible to everyone who passes through Loibor Siret), held a Village Exhibit and I was thrilled to be asked to be the Guest of Honor at the closing of school. More photos, sketches & video about all of these events will be coming in the next few posts.
I arrived home exhausted after flying via Kilimanjaro, Dar es Salaam, Amsterdam, Boston & JFK (my bag deserted me between Boston & JFK but caught up with me the following day). And in the shower I finally managed to remove the last of the blue paint from under my fingernails. I was almost sorry to see it go. Almost!
Learn more about the valuable work of the African People & Wildlife Fund on the Maasai Steppe in Tanzania.
Until next time…